3 edition of To the freeholders and freemen of the city and colony of New-York. found in the catalog.
To the freeholders and freemen of the city and colony of New-York.
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New York Colony - Fear of Negro Insurrections - New York Riots of - The Fields of New York - The Eve of Revolution in New York - we, the freemen, freeholders, and families, became conspicuous and alarming to the patriots, and there were fears of the loss of the city of New York to the republican cause. “As a Maritime City, our chief Dependence is upon Trade, for which Reason Merchants (who are well acquainted with the commercial Interest of the Colony) are the properest Persons to represent us in the Assembly; not Lawyers, whose sole Study it is, not to increase the Wealth of the State, but to divide the Gain of the industrious Merchant and.
CONSTITUTION OF NEW YORK -- IN CONVENTION OF THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THIS STATE OF NEW YORK, Kingston, 20th April, Whereas the many tyrannical and oppressive usurpations of the King and Parliament of Great Britain on the rights and liberties of the people of the American colonies had reduced them to the necessity of introducing a government by congresses and . Page 50 - We the freemen, freeholders and inhabitants of the county of * * being greatly alarmed at the avowed design of the ministry to raise a revenue in America, and shocked by the bloody scene now acting in Massachusetts Bay— do, in the most solemn.
Early in July, the Committee of Fifty-One agreed to submit the names of five persons t the freeholders and freemen of New York for elections as New York delegates to the general Congress. On July 28 th Philip Livingston, Isaac Low, John Jay, John Alsop, and James Duane were "unanimously elected" and n September 5, , the First Continental. New-York, Ap , A general association, agreed to, and subscribed by the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the city and county of New-York Published: () Brother freemen by: Robinson, William, surgeon. Published: () Extracts from .
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Book/Printed Material To the freeholders and freemen of the City and County of New York. This vindication, of the professors of the laws, in answer to the remarks on the 17 queries, is humbly submitted by a sincere friend to the cause of liberty, and this colony. To the freeholders and freemen of the city and colony of New-York, and to all the friends of liberty in the British Empire: Gentlemen, If the liberty of the press is not a mere chimera, a sound without an idea, the subject is intitled to it for his vindication, when he conceives himself oppress'd by.
To the freeholders and freemen of the city and colony of New-York, and to all the friends of liberty in the British Empire.: Gentlemen, If the liberty of the press is not a mere chimera, a sound without an idea, the subject is intitled to it for his vindication, when he conceives himself oppress'd by.
Get this from a library. To the freeholders and freemen of the city and county of New-York: [Six lines from Luke]: from the above texts, it manifestly appears, that the lawyers were the oppressors of the people. [Philanthropos; Willem Johonas von Dore Manadus] -- Opposing the election of lawyers to the New York Assembly.
Signed on page 2: Philanthropos. Get this from a library. To the freeholders & freemen of the city and county of New-York: Gentlemen, Many arts have been used to misrepresent to you the conduct of your committee, and the business of next Wednesday, which will be simply this ; to elect eleven deputies, who are to meet in this city with the deputies that will be chosen by the other counties, for the sole purpose of chusing.
New York State Library, NYSL_StarBroadside_ Document Description Broadside announcing to the Freeholders and Freemen of the city and the county of New-York the date for choosing delegates to represent the Colony at the next Congress, Ma To the freemen and freeholders of the city and county of New-York.
Friends and fellow citizens, From the prudence of your councils, and the wisdom of your determinations, you have heretofore deservedly acquired the approbation of the wise and the prudent. Published: () To the freeholders, and freemen, of the city of New-York.
A Letter to the Freemen and Freeholders of the City of New-York: Relating to the Approaching Election of Their Representatives. Wherein the Several Papers That Have Lately Appeared on the Subject of Politicks, Are Briefly Considered: the Conduct of the Authors Exposed, and the Controversy Represented in its True Light: The pamphlet was signed.
The Occasionalist. To the freeholders and freemen of the City of New York, electors for representatives in the next General Assembly. [New York ]. Title.; Imprint 2. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.
To the freeholders, and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen, The important advantages arising from electing representatives by ballot. To the freeholders and freemen, of the city and county of New-York: the querist, no.
II.: Why is the poor church (which has reason to submit to it with great reluctance) to. To the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the city and county of New-York.
Gentlemen, The favourable sentiments many of you were pleased to entertain of me, in nominating me one of your deputies for this city and county, lay me under great obligations by: McDougall, Alexander, Published: ().
The colony of New York was originally part of the Dutch colony of New Netherland founded in by Peter Minuit, which became New Amsterdam in InKing Charles II gave New York as a proprietary colony to the Duke of York, the future King James II. Quite quickly, he was able to seize New Amsterdam and renamed it New York.
New-York, January 4, To the freeholders and freemen of the city and county of New-York [electronic New-York, Janu Advertisement [electronic resource]: The members of the Ancient and Honoura The address of Mr. Justice Livingston to the House of Assembly of New-York, in support of his right to a.
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Search results 51 - 75 of During the American colonial period, a freeman was a person who was not a slave. The term originated in 12th-century Europe. In the Massachusetts Bay Colony, a man had to be a member of the Church to be a freeman; in neighboring Plymouth Colony a man did not need to be a member of the Church, but he had to be elected to this privilege by the General Court.
Laws of the Colony of New York: Passed in the Years and Publisher: J.B. Lyon, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. New-York, ApA general association, agreed to, and subscribed by the freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the city and county of New-York by,Printed by John Holt edition, Microform in English.
Accordingly on April 29th  the articles of association were read and signed at a public meeting by over one thousand freeholders, freemen, and inhabitants of the city and county of New York, and a few days later the committee of the association, as nominated by the Committee of observation, was elected by the ordinary voters in the wards.Download Image of To the worthy freeholders and freemen.
The son of the most upright Judge, the best of Governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this Country [In favour of the election of Peter Livinston to the Assembly] New York, March 8, Free for commercial use, no attribution required.
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